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After months of trying to get the president to be questioned about Russia in person, Robert Mueller’s office has agreed to accept at least some written answers, according to The New York Times.
Jacinda Ardern, who assumed office last October, announced in January that she would be taking six weeks of maternity leave while her deputy stepped in to assume the duties of prime minister.
The remains of what are believed to be about 55 U.S. servicemen arrived at Osan Air Base in South Korea as part of an agreement between President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
A dam that is part of the unfinished Xepian-Xe Nam Noy hydropower project — being built with the help of a South Korea company — collapsed on Monday, sending a wall of water downstream.
Amid a heat wave with temperatures nearing 90 degrees, officials were also struggling to restore electricity, especially in the hardest hit Hiroshima and Okayama prefectures.
Andrés Manuel López Obrador ran on a platform of rooting out corruption, helping the dispossessed and defending Mexico against President Trump.
Paige Patterson has been under fire for past counsel to women of abuse to simply pray for their husbands. On Tuesday, a new allegation surfaced that he advised a student not to report a rape.
Australia has strong trading ties with China and produces many of the things on Beijing’s list of U.S. products that will be hit by stiff tariffs.
The 200-year-old firearms manufacturer has struck a deal to stave off creditors as it tries to reorganize amid falls in sales and louder calls for gun control.
Homeland security adviser Tom Bossert says that after careful investigation, the U.S. is sure Pyongyang carried out an attack that caused “havoc and destruction” in May.